Suraj Badlani new CFO of financial services firm Delta Capita

09 June 2020 2 min. read
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Former investment banker Suraj Badlani has joined Delta Capita as its Chief Financial Officer.

Badlani brings over two decades of experience to the rapidly expanding consulting firm – Delta Capita was recently recognised by the Financial Times as one of the fastest growing consultancies in Europe.

Founded in 2010, Delta Capita is a specialist firm to the financial services industry, supporting its clients with consulting, technology, fintech solutions and managed services. Having just received a $50 million equity investment from Prytek Holdings, a Singapore headquartered technology investor, Delta Capita has set its sights on a next phase of growth.

“Suraj is a seasoned financial leader with significant industry experience. His ability to help manage Delta Capita through the next exciting phase of our strategy is invaluable,” said Joe Channer, Chief Executive Officer of Delta Capita.

Suraj Badlani new CFO of Delta Capita

“I am delighted to be joining Delta Capita at such an exciting point in their history, and I look forward to helping drive their ongoing success,” commented Badlani.

He joins the firm from Protegrity, a US-based data security software company, where he was Group CFO. Prior to that, Badlani spent over a decade in investment banking, serving as a Director in Houlihan Lokey’s Business Services Group based in London, and Head of EMEA Technology Banking at Nomura.

Earlier, he held positions with Moelis & Co and JP Morgan. He began his banking career at Lehman Brothers in New York, and before that, he worked for Deloitte in its capital markets consulting team.

Badlani has more than 15 years of experience in corporate finance and transactions, having advised on cumulative deals worth more than $20 billion, including raising equity and debt across public and private markets, IPOs and mergers & acquisitions.

Suraj Badlani holds a Bachlor in Engineering from the University of Mumbai and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

Last month, Delta Capita and Prytek led a funding round in cybersecurity firm Orchestra.